Guest Post: Can Fiction Truly Convey Theological Truths?

By Stacey Weeks I love how a story is able to convey deep theological truths in a compelling and applicable way. I love being lost in a character, thinking and feeling as deeply as them, struggling to find God in their broken dreams, and knowing, as the writer, their...

Rejections 2.nooooo: How to handle rejections and heavy edits

Sending out rejections  is one of the most difficult things I have to do as an editor. The hardest, I think is dealing with authors who have a bad attitude. Thank God, "divas" are few. Contrarily and unfortunately, rejections are many. But, here's...

Guest Post: Best Vacation Ever

By Christine Lindsay Being born in Ireland I am naturally biased toward that small emerald isle set like a jewel between the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. I’ve been back to Ireland only twice in my adult life, but each time the country of my birth has...

My Soul Sings by LoRee Peery

I write, and my soul sings. That statement reminds me of an October tweet I posted on Twitter: #Iamreading Charles R. Swindoll's Living above the Level of Mediocrity…let's soar with eagles, committed to excellence! The Bible study group my husband and I...

Guest Post: Daily Bread. . .Chilean-style By Niki Turner

What a trip to the supermarket in Chile taught me about spiritual food One of my favorite memories from my trips to Chile is a visit to the supermarket. I think it was a Jumbo, or maybe a Lider. Besides the amazing variety of probiotic and yogurt drinks (think Yakult...

Can You See a Pattern in LoRee Peery’s Creative Process?

The Beginnings of Paisley’s Pattern: by LoRee Peery One of the first writers’ workshops I attended (long ago) was presented at our local community college. The leader’s name was Peter Davidson. Too many years have passed for me to remember if that...

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